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Carne Griffiths illustration

Carne Griffiths is a Liverpool based artist creating some truly elegant and awe inspiring drawings. Along with the usual inks that artists work with, Griffiths also employs the use of tea and alcohols

Unity by Carne Griffiths

New Portraits from Carne Griffiths Drawn with Coffee, Tea, Ink and Liquor portraits illustration drawing

Portraits made from whiskey, vodka, brandy, tea and ink by Carne Griffiths

Portraits made from whiskey, vodka, brandy, tea and ink

Portraits made from whiskey, vodka, brandy, tea and ink Carne Griffiths’

Portraits in Ink and Tea, London Art Fair 2015 on Behance

These new ink and tea portraits are by Carne Griffiths, the collection was on show at the London Art Fair 2015 with Inkd Gallery.

Carne Griffiths’ Ethereal, Fluid Paintings | Hi-Fructose Magazine

British artist Carne Griffiths creates light, ethereal works using surprising media. What started out as an experiment with calligraphy inks lead to an entire palette of inks mixed with drinkable l…

Carne Griffiths has created an impressive series of portraits, using ink and tea to make some spectacular watercolor-like effects. . http://www.carnegriffiths.com/

Portraits in Ink and Tea, London Art Fair Artist Carne Griffiths

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Chá, vodka e uísque nas ilustras de Carne Griffith

Portraits in Ink and Tea by Carne Griffiths

London-based artist Carne Griffiths has produced new portraits drawn with coffee, Tea, and Ink .

Girl with Fox painting by Carne Griffiths  Tea and alcohol

Making Art with Tea and Alcohol

ruineshumaines: “ Artist Carne Griffiths is actually known for his beautiful paintings that are made with ink and tea. As he tells us, “I work in an unusual medium, I draw in calligraphy ink and use.

Watercolor drip portrait.

New impressive portraits drawn with coffee, Tea, Ink and Liquor by London-based artist Carne Griffiths…

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UK-based illustrator Carne Griffiths who works primarily with calligraphy inks, graphite and less conventional art liquids, such as tea, brandy and vodka.

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